Jack Kerouac wandering the streets of Manhattan, New York,  Fall 1953(Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg were both writers who were part of the Beat Generation. Description photo, written by Ginsberg: "Jack Kerouac wandering along East 7th Street after visiting Burroughs at our pad, passing statue of Congressman Samuel "Sunset" Cox, "The Letter-Carrier’s Friend" in Tompkins Square toward corner of Avenue A, Lower East Side; he’s making a Dostoyevsky mad-face or Russian basso be-bop Om, frist walking around the neighborhood, then involved with the Subterraneans, pencils & notebook in wool shirt-pockets, Fall 1953, Manhattan") by Allen Ginsberg (US, 1926-1997)

Jack Kerouac wandering the streets of Manhattan, New York,  Fall 1953
(Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg were both writers who were part of the Beat Generation. Description photo, written by Ginsberg: "Jack Kerouac wandering along East 7th Street after visiting Burroughs at our pad, passing statue of Congressman Samuel "Sunset" Cox, "The Letter-Carrier’s Friend" in Tompkins Square toward corner of Avenue A, Lower East Side; he’s making a Dostoyevsky mad-face or Russian basso be-bop Om, frist walking around the neighborhood, then involved with the Subterraneans, pencils & notebook in wool shirt-pockets, Fall 1953, Manhattan") 
by Allen Ginsberg (US, 1926-1997)